Arms & Badges - Arms of Past and Present Lieutenant Governors of Newfoundland and Labrador
|Armorial of those Provincial Lieutenant Governors of Newfoundland and Labradorwho bore lawfully Granted Arms from the Canadian Heraldic Authority|
Coat of Arms of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador
|Click on the arms presented below to view a larger image of the same and its blazon if available. Click on their name to view their biographies.|
|The Hon. John C. Crosbie, PC, OC, ONL, QC
John Carnell Crosbie became the 12th Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador in February 2008 following a distinguished career in public life and the law.
|The Hon. Edward M. Roberts
Edward Roberts has taken an active part in the legal and public life of Newfoundland and Labrador for 40 years. He became the Province's 11th Lieutenant Governor in November 2002.
|2002 - 2008|
|The Hon. Dr. Arthur Maxwell House, CM
On February 5 of that year he was appointed as the tenth lieutenant-governor of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Hon. Dr. Arthur Maxwell House had received several awards including the Order of Canada in 1989, the Atlantic Canada Innovator of the Year Award in 1990, and the Canadian Medical Association's 1997 Medal of Service.
|1997 - 2002|
|The Hon. Frederick William Russell*, CM, OC, CD
From 1952 to 1959, Russell served as aide-de-camp to the governor-general of Canada, and, from 1954 to 1962, filled the same post for the lieutenant-governor of Newfoundland. He has also been awarded an honourary degree from Memorial University and was appointed to the Order of Canada in 1979.
|1991 - 1997|
|The Hon. James Aloysius McGrath
As a young man, McGrath was a member of the Responsible Government League which opposed Newfoundland joining Canadian Confederation. McGrath was appointed lieutenant-governor of Newfoundland in 1986. His term lasted five years. In 1987, he became one of only six Canadians to receive a life membership in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.
|1986 - 1991|